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The website Take Back Space TV is live streaming the full moon on both June 19 and June 20. You can see the live stream as it aired in the video below.
Slooh.com will also stream the strawberry full moon live on June 20. They are a subscription site that offers members access to live astronomy viewing online. They are offering a deal where you can register for free, but their basic plan is $4.95 per month. Make sure to check out the terms of service and understand that if you register, you will be charged next month. Here is a link to their live schedule: Slooh
Slooh and the Farmer's Almanac joined forces and in addition to the live streaming coverage of the strawberry full moon, astronomer Bob Berman (Farmer's Almanac) will discuss the rare event. The last strawberry moon to occur during the summer solstice was in 1967, according to Earth Sky Astronomy Essentials.
Lesson Plans, Videos and More
- This interactive animation lets users see how much sunlight planet Earth receives as it revolves around the sun. It takes Earth one year to make a full revolution around the sun.
- Earth rotates on a tilted axis and orbits the sun: This teaching guide explores equinoxes and solstices (PDF)